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PEOPLE COUNT? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
PEOPLE COUNT? Letters To The Editor Dear Editor, When the S.G.A., in its first meeting, stood on its hind legs like the Great Russian Bear, dismissing five senators because of Constitutional conscience, it descended to an all time low. It's preference of paper over people is just one more example of the paralytic poppycock that S.G.A. has introduced into an already inflexible system. The people that elected those five senators cared little about their scholastic averages. They voted for the man not the mind. Thus Student Government, on the basis of a principle that was popular in high school — the necessity to maintain a certain average, once again has kissed the ass of the Administration while kicking the ass of the student body. This and other fetters, which reduce S.G.A. to a functional liaison between the students and the administration, can only serve to impede rather than to improve our campus system. Those senators were honest, devoted, hard working individuals who ...
Reality: A Fathomless Joke [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
Reality: A Fathomless Joke What is it that's happening here. I mean, it takes us so much to get it together (energy expended), and then we truck off to Capitol Campus, a one room dog show with enough cubes for everyone, blue ribbons, and what have you. Its not like the red death or anything fatal like that, but where'd everybody go. I think I saw them a minute ago, but where did they go, I couldn't really feel them inside. But wait, I'm not sure I'm reading you. What is it that you want, and what does it mean? Shall we end up persecuting ourselves for own negativity in this mass of other dogs, other days, another time. Kenneth Clarke has much faith in the college youth of today, but what's happenin' in a school where some profs are more radical than the students. Some of us people (?) today, find it totally necessary for change, for this world to survive, but we must not care too much. This dog show exudes vibes of death. We all play the game, and we only perpetuate the deat...
Now's Your Chance [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
Now's Your Chance by Mike Welliver There seems to be a number of problems confronting many of the clubs and organizations on this campus. Among those problems are the lack of participation, interest, good organization and publicity. This is not to say that no one at all cares about these activities; there are always those few who are willing to take most of the work upon themselves for the good of the student body. To those people we owe a good deal of thanks. But what about the people who seem to have nothing to do but bitch about the activities here? These people, for the most part, are the same people who take the least part in the social events and organizations at Capitol Campus. There are a lot of good organizations here, organizations which could do a lot if only some people would be willing to take an active interest. In many cases a lack of publicity has hindered some of the organizations; the students hear little about the organizations and the activities they incl...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
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NEW COMMITTEE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
NEW COMMITTEE (Continued from page 1) and from present 5 lawyers to 20; bureau now has 32 total employees with a total budget of only $400,000 — formally backed the Denenberg No Fault Insurance plan — called for gubernatorial appointment of students to state Board of Education — formed State Education Committee to provide student advisory to Education Dept., especially on existing Master Plan for High Education as well as proposed master plans for regions of the state. — formed Political and Legislative Action Committee which will monitor voting records of all state legislators, subkitting them to student governments; becomes the lobbying arm of the state association. Conference speakers included Higher Education Commissioner Warren Ringler, Chief Deputy Insurance Commission Herbert Goldstein, Consumer Protection Bureau Director Joel Weisberg, National PIRG Coordinator Dr. Joseph Highland, Health Security Council Intern Marc Chafitz, Assn. for Independent College Aid Chairma...
COMMERCIAL [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
COMMERCIAL I remember being all spaced out on crystal for about two months, and one night I was trying to get off. By this time, it was a massive art, there were standard operating procedures, certain ritualistic pharaphernalia were all tucked away in a nice corner of this room. There was another room, the bath, and the kitchen in that order. Sometimes, it would take hours to go off in so many tangents, besides looking out every window in the whole place twenty or thirty times, and end up cleaning the whole crib, just so everything was together to get , off . . . and remember kids: SPEED KILLS Michael Patti
INSIDE BANGLA DESH: [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
INSIDE BANGLA DESH: AN INTERVIEW WITH A GUERRILLA by Lasse & Lisa Berg (Lasse & Lisa Berg have travelled widely in Asia, with extended stays in Japan, and recently, India. Correspondents for the leading Swedish newspaper, Dagens Nyheter, their newest book on Asia will be published in the U.S. this winter.) Bangla Desh: "At 10:30 in the evening the West Pakistan Army came out of the encampment with their vehicles and arms. As soon as we heard the news we knew that something important was up, but we never expected that the mass killing, this genocide, would happen. We never thought of the possibility. But by 11:30 on March 23rd at night, when it all began, they surrounded the houses of our leaders and arrested and killed everyone they could find." Mustafizur Rahman, who described this to us, is a Bangla Desh (East Pakistan) guerrilla fighter. We met Mustafizur in the "border areas" between India and Pakistan. He belongs to the Mukti Bahini, military arm of th...
U. of Chicago Starts New Program [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
U. of Chicago Starts New Program Chicago, Ill.-(I.P.)-The Community and Family Study Center at the University of Chicago is sponsoring an experimental Master's Degree Program in Communications. "This program is designed to train specialists for managerial and planning positions which have as one of their goals the acceleration of social change via persuasion, behavior change, or attitude change on the part of the receiving audience," according to Donald J. Bogue, director of the Center. The need to train experts who can promote the adoption of family planning, and thereby reduce population growth in developing countries, is an important factor in this orientation, Bogue noted. The program has been organized along four distinct lines: (a) academic training in basic theory; (b) practical experience in communication programming; (c) practical experience in communication research and evaluation; (d) development of new approaches. The Master's Degree in Communication will be awar...
II Sod Would Have Registered Here He Would Have Died ot Old Age [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
II Sod Would Have Registered Here He Would Have Died ot Old Age Words From The Other Side or by Gregg Crescenzo Good morning fellow Land of Disney dwellers. Now that we have all arisen from our magic dust slumber, let us return to the days of yesteryear (I would still like to know what the hell a yester is-please address all your responses to the "What In The Hell Is It Contest" c/o the CAPITOLIST), say about sixteen days ago when the sometimes Slygh Wizard-elect introduced all of his citizens to a brand new ride. We in Disney have been supplied by our Wizard with many lands to choose from, each with their own highly rides. For example, we have Humanities Land, El. Ed. Land, Business Land, Engineering Land and Social Sciences Land, which upon entering then takes you for the ride of your life. The new edition to the Land of Disney far outshines any of the most popular rides yet to be offered in any of the Lands. That's right, the mean Old Wolf ride in Humanities Land was ...
Students With A Handicraft.... Read This [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
Students With A Handicraft .... Read This Students, faculty, and maintence men, the bookstore is going to be MORE helpful to you. I know this is hard to believe because Mr. Kistler does such a wonderful job in making students feel welcome, but it is true. Among the numerous committees here at Capitol, the bookstore has formed a committee also. If you said I wonder if the name is "the committee on bookstore activities" you are right. This committee has been organized to help the student body. The committee has made suggestions to Mr. Kistler and some agreements have been reached. The bookstore will be remodeled slightly. New cases are on order so more merchandise will be on display. The paperback books will be sorted and putt into cat egories—examples-literature, history, and psychology. This will aid in finding a book more easily. So look for these titles when you go there. The final improvement will be the STUDENT CORNER. There will be a few tables set aside for the display...
WHIT'S HAPPENING IT CAPITOL???? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
WHIT'S HAPPENING IT CAPITOL???? by Don Lewis There are a hell of a lot of social activities coming up in the next week or so. If everyone would attend at least a few of the activities they will all be successful. Many of the activities will require some imagination on your part. Give yourself a chance to have some good times; get involved in these activities! Stop complaining about activities here, if any social event , is not "fun" it is the fault of the individual many times and not always due to the committee or organization that has made the arrangements. On THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, two movies will be presented at "The New Birth". "Blood and Sand" and "A Bowl of Cherries" will be seen starting at 9 p.m. Admission, as always, at "The New Birth" is Free. FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, will bring us a basketball game between Spring Garden and our own varsity team. The game will begin at 8 p.m. at the Main Street Gym. A post-game dance will follow at the Student Center. The dance wil...
Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
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On The Move [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
On The Move Do you know if the student affairs or Student Govt, people are doing anything about the lack of tables and chairs in the vending area? If not, why not? Can't they see that a student problem exists in that area, or must they be begged to do something about which they should be naturally aware. If they are doing something, why isn't the student body being kept informed? Also, who keeps lining the tables and chairs up in neat little rows? So nice and orderly and sterile! May I suggest a visit to the vending area at HACC. Certainly with all the intelligence around here, the problem can be coped with, even though there is a space problem. How about a section of shelves with partitions only large enough for an average load of student books? If located in the cafeteria area, students could stash their books there, then get in line, and go to their seats without the books taking up valuable table space. On the way out, the students could pick up their books and be on the...
HELLO, MISS AMERICAN PIE [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
HELLO, MISS AMERICAN PIE Come with us to those thrilling days of yesteryear when home-baked apple pie and the New York Yankees reigned supreme. Do you remember motorcycle jackets, white bucks, and when the only form of student unrest was when the pinball machine tilted? Do you remember when the Cold War was a hot item? Do you remember Elvis the pelvis? Do you remember when some of the top records oh American Bandstand were "Witch Doctor", "Rock Around the Clock", "Great Balls of Fire", "To Know Him is to Love Him", "Venus", "Come Softly to Me", "Love Me Tender", "Flying Purple People Eater", and "Love Letters in the Sand"? Do you remember when "Tricky Dick" caddied for Ike? Well, we will get a chance to look back on "the good old days" here at Capitol during Old Times Week. Entertainment all week is designed to take a few steps backward into time. Our look back will come in the form of a Marathon Dance, a Flash Gordon flick, a Night at the 1950 Drug Store Soda Fountain, a Ni...
"I Have A Dream" [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
"I Have A Dream" by Lee Nell Last Thursday, the Black Student Union presented a program in memory and recognition of the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King. The program included a speech by Dr. Winston Richards, poetry readings, songs and a dance, all planned and performed by members of the Black Student Union. Dr. Richards opened the program with a short talk on the life and aims of Dr. King. This was followed by poetry reading after which the BSU Choir offered several songs. With the poem "Forty Acres and a Mule", Ron Edwards pointed out the broken promises and dreams that the Blacks have suffered since their days of slavery. And Bill Hooper's rendition of "The Creation" was one of the best and most moving of the program's offerings. Included in the BSU Choir's presentation were "Try a Little Love", "God Gave Me a Song", "United We Stand", and "Hey, Have You Tried". The choir was ably accompanied on the piano by Carolyn Sims and on the bongos by Greg Garth in several songs....
WHO IS RIO CLEMENTE? [Newspaper Article] — The Capitolist — 20 January 1972
WHO IS RIO CLEMENTE? by Don Lewis Rio Clemente plays the piano. He doesn't play ordinary piano. It is more like fantastic piano. When he joins with his talented bass player and drummer, the result is the Rio Clemente Trio. But you might never even notice the dudes on the bass and drums, because Gemente is that good. When Mike and Nancy came back from the National Entertainment Conference in Pittsburgh this fall, they talked about almost nothing but this artist for two weeks. At the Conference, Rio Clemente did a twenty minute show, which was followed by a thirty minute standing ovation! Okay, you never heard of Rio Clemente, right? Well, his credits include performances at Drew, Lehigh, Bucknell and Nevada Southern Universities, as well as on WOR-TV in New York, WNET-TV and NBC-TV. In addition, he has played at Grossinger's, Jimmy Ryan's and the Hilton in New York City. And what do some of the people who have heard him have to say? Well, Mr. Ed Sorto (Vice President of Row...